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and a look back to a vitoria's day in orioles history. >> outside of yankee stadium, no workouts today. the teams are getting arrested for game 3 on wednesday. where we're standing is just a ball park right here. this is where the old yankee stadium was, and a 12-year-old named jeffrey mayer reached down into the field of play, and took away what was going to be a catch and he got a home run, one of the most infamous plays in major-league baseball playoff history. the 28-year-old will not be in attendance of this series at all. she is living in new hampshire and married to a red sox fans that he has to deal with. >> well put. it reaching postseason play is nothing new with the exception of 2008. the yankees have made the playoffs every non-strike season had the extraordinary legacy isn't adding much height -- i in new york. we have more from yankee stadium. >> of the call before the storm here at yankee stadium, and we are pretty surprised by the lack of enthusiasm and the bronx showing that we do things a lot differently and baltimore. >> it was so quiet, you could almost hear a pin d
>> this should come as no surprise, the orioles and yankees once again in extra innings. >> the orioles hope to extend their posts in magic. lowell melser joins us live outside yankee stadium with orioles fans who made the trip up north. we were just saying how this has become the signature of the orioles, these long games. >> right into the postseason. nine innings will not do, they have gone to extra innings again at yankee stadium. we cannot show you the highlights was a game in extra innings, but right now and the bottom of the 10th, tied at 1, mark teixeira just walz. the yankees have won run on. another remarkable night tonight at yankee stadium, to bring us to the bottom of the 10th, tied at one. i will see a little later in sports. >> 13 coverage continues with lowell melser rejoins us -- our team coverage continues. >> some very tense moments throughout the evening here at yankee stadium. the orioles had the lead 1-0 and the yankees tied it up, 1-1. i am looking at the scoreboard behind me, bottom of the 10th with two outs. we got a chance to watch the orioles d
of a hard-fought series. the yankees took it 3-1. sarh is live downtown with the team is expected to arrive within the next half hour. pete in new york. disappointment but what an amazing ride. >> it will call for unlike any other in orioles history. craziest season in all the years they have played in baltimore. a week ago tonight, we were celebrating in taxes as they warmed the wildcards the battle the yankees. they did not have as good a starting pitcher as did new york. interesting kraut early on. -- crowd early on. sixth inning, orioles trailing 1-0. nate mccloud crashed. for a foul. the umpires said foul. it was reviewed and is it yes, it was a foul. but at one point, what do we see? and looked like it had been clipped off the pole. i do not know. bottom of the seventh. solo shot there. that made it 3-1. >> i am not criticizing because i have not seen it. if it was that close that they could not tell, and it is just one of those things. >> it is what it is. he was tough all night. it would have been nice. that would've been a shift in men -- momentum in our favor, for sure. >> 96 wins
the new york yankees. the post season run continues to be the top story. mother nature cast a weather spell over the second night. >> after a 40 minute game delayed, they opened up game 2 against the yankees. baltimore is being new york 3-1 in the top of the seventh inning. the yankees would have to win only one more game to advance to the american league championship series. we're covering the orioles postseason magic. fans have gotten used to the damp and chilly conditions. >> it only sprinkled and reigned before the game, nothing major. the temperature has dropped. much cooler than most fans are used to. fans are not letting that stop them from cheering on the home town team. >> a lot of nice people come and hang out. >> it has been 15 years since the orioles played during the season and fans are noticing the difference. >> how is it different during the playoff? >> everyone is back in the team. it is nice to see everyone here. everyone comes out of the woodwork now. >> how has the town come alive? >> brought baseball back to baltimore and people are getting excited. >> fans have f
o's are still battling the yankees. >> they had a chance to close it out in the ninth but we remain in extra innings now. quick team coverage of the postseason match. we're joined live outside the yankees stadium with orioles fans. we begin with more on -- with gerry sandusky. >> get ready for the mother of all anxiety. buckle up. the orioles have gone the extra innings in game 3 of the als, tied at 2. heading to the top of the 12th. raoul ibanez tied the game in the ninth inning off jim johnson who gave up his second home run of the series. ryan flattery and manny machado those making history with a solo home runs for the orioles. the first two orioles' rookie ever to hit home runs in the postseason. they have gone to the 12th inning. we see later on in sports, with a little luck, we have -- -- we will have a winning or real highlights for you. >> right now it would go out to lowell. >> he has some o's fans who were strong enough to make the trek there. >> this was a spur of the moment thing yesterday. decided let's see if we can go to the game. we were able to find tickets online.
and took an extra game. after beating texas, the o's come home to face the yankees tomorrow in game one. we have a look at how they are getting ready. >> anxious moments. the orioles tried to chase down the yankees from the a.l. east title and the stakes are higher as the two teams square off in the best of five. game one tomorrow night at camden yards, first playoff game since 1997. buck showalter put his team through a light workout and in a surprise move, buck named hamels -- hammel as the game one starter. they beat the odds by defeating the rangers last night. but this team is far from satisfied. >> you win a series and win a big game and celebrate, you have to focus right back in. today was the day and that is good and get ready for tomorrow night. >> certainly have a great attitude. last time they faced one another, 1986 alcs. we know how that turned out. we hope we don't have another jeffrey maier incident. >> preparations are under way for the fans and city and camden yards. and we are live with more how o's magic has taken hold. >> less than 24 hours, baltimore bars and restaurant
the yankees? >> that would be huge. >> win or lose, these fans hope for a 2013 vp of this magic. >> as long as we keep building the team, i think that we will be fine. >> we are back live to. it is the top of the eighth inning. this is one of those nights when you can tell that things go right for the orioles fans. this place will go nuts. we will show you that the sliders that a permit to be right in front of their bark. this entire street is blocked off. they don't have a permit to do so tonight. if they win, everyone will be rushing the streets. it would be a pretty interesting scene, to say the least. for now, we are live across camden yards. >> the orioles leading 3-1. it is in the top of the eighth. if they win, this is what the match up with look like. they would host the new york yankees for the first two games. the game 1 is scheduled for sunday night just after 6:00. game two would be set for 8:00 on monday night at the next evening. fans are showing there aren't. this guy calls himself the happiest fan. we want to see you. it can go to our mobile application to send us your pictu
still going strong at this hour. rain delays, right now the yankees are ahead 3-2 after a home run while we're hoping for a rally in game one. all night with the fans around the ballpark, joining us live. >> we're outside the stadium. usually this is a hot bed of excitement but it's been pretty quiet. folks are inside watching the game but we can hear the excitement coming from the stadium. even though we can't see what's going on. even though it rained didn't stop folks from sharing their hometown pride with us. it was a soggy start to the first game in the al division series and mother nature was the reason for the more than two hour game delay. but by 8:40 it was time to play ball. the first pitch was thrown out by tonl victim in the perry hall high school shooting. he was joined on the mound by jesse, the faculty member who tackled the gunman on that first day of school. he didn't have much to say afterwards. >> that was awesome. >> there was nonstop cheering for the hometown team. many of these fans were little kids in 19 97 and barely remember what it's like to see the orioles play
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